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This week, a federal judge overturned Washington DC's 2009 gun ban saying it was unconstitutional. DC has some of the strictest (and most confusing) gun laws, but they're not without challenge. John Lott, president of Crime Prevention Research Center joins Joe to discuss the implications of this new ruling that wipes out the DC gun ban. Will we start seeing regular citizens in DC with guns holstered? Tune in!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
Tonite (5.20.2014) we talked about:
Retired NFL players griping about playing injured.
JAMA (AMA journal) did a study and found that 49% of Americans believe in one or more conspiracy theories.
T-Bonz Steakhouse put up a sign "NO guns" and WE THE PEOPLE boycotted the criminals and they took the sign down.
http://www.christianmoney.com On this episode Jim discusses the federal court ruling that makes carrying a gun in the nation's capital now legal. Why did Amazon stock plummet and Facbook stock skyrocket this week? One man selling goldmine for Bitcoin. UFO reported by numerous witnesses this weekend in Toronto. NASA says that the earth had a near miss with a solar flare in 2012, one that could have wiped out all electronics and returned us to the stone age. The typical household has lost one third of its net worth since 2003 and LYFT is cleared to begin peer to peer ride sharing in all five boroughs of New York City.
Dr Chaps reports on these important issues:
* The New York Times admits that a Federal ban on assault weapons is ineffective.
* Part 1 of a news-making interview with Larry Pratt - Executive Director of Gun Owners of America — on the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
The Firehawk Report: Redline Alert! It's Time for Critical Action!
A Redline Alert examination of Senator Feinstein's pending legislation revelas a gun control scheme that goes far beyond a simple ban . If it passes weapons, and you, will be tied up in red tape for life! This law flushes the 2nd Amendment down the toilet even if a "deal" is struck that doesn't ban weapons! Are we being set up to accept other "administrative provisions" to insure that only law-abiding citizens have "military-style" weapons. If any part of her bill passes into law, we will be set up to make it easy for the president to comply with the UN Small Arms Treaty provision of total confiscation in mid-March. Don't be fooled...find out how to stop this train weeck before it starts!
The Firehawk Redline Alert from New Colony Media on Blog Talk Radio: Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM, ET.
Powerful and versatile actor, James Wilder has been garnering awards and shining reviews in his new independent film, "3 Holes And a Smoking Gun," in which he portrays a duplicitous, washed-up screenwriter. He was named Best Lead Actor at the Red Dirt International Film Festival, Best Actor at the Winter Film Awards and Independent Spirit Award at the Garden State upcoming Film Festival. The film was also awarded the prestigious Grand Jury Prize at the Red Dirt International Film Festival and Best Screenplay honors at L.A.'s Downtown Film Festival.
James Wilder's indelible portrayals include an ambitious lawyer in the Emmy Award-winning drama "Equal Justice." co-starring Sarah Jessica Parker, and the charming but sleazy drug dealing seducer in the series "Melrose Place." The New York Times said "James Wilder, as Carl Isaacs, is a thoroughly malevolent character, one in whom evil, rather than insanity, prevails," regarding his portrayal of serial killer Carl Isaacs in the acclaimed Miramax film, "Murder One."
The multi-talented Wilder started off as a street performer, who took his juggling three chain saws act from San Francisco to New York and Europe. He performed at the legendary Moulin Rouge in his mother's native Paris at the age of 14. He studied at the famed NY Actors Studio . If that isn't enough, Mr Wilder also designs exclusive leather jackets and jewelry, refurbishes vintage furniture that he finds at auctions and flea markets, collects classic cars and commits to acting projects only when it inspires. “3 Holes And A Smoking Gun” is one such project. and is also a formidable architect and clothing and jewelry designer. It seems there is little this dashing actor cannot do.
FIRST HOUR: RICHARD MACK
Sheriff Richard Mack (Ret)
Sheriff Mack is best known for challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control scheme requiring local law enforcement to perform background checks on prospective gun purchasers. He maintained that the Federal Government had no authority to command local officials, and became the first sheriff in American history to sue the Federal Government (under the Clinton administration) and win at the US Supreme Court. The case was based on the Tenth Amendment, states rights and local sovereignty.
Mack is the son of an FBI agent and began his own law enforcement career as a street cop in Provo, Utah. After graduating from BYU in 1978, Mack became an officer with Provo P. D. He was soon promoted to corporal, sergeant, and detective. He spent one year as an undercover narcotics agent. In 1988, Mack moved home to Arizona where he ran for sheriff. He was elected Graham County Sheriff and served as such for eight years. It was during this time – in 1994 – that federal agents informed all sheriffs that they would be required to work for the Federal Government under the mandate of the Brady Bill, and Mack's court case began. Since that landmark ruling Mack has written seven books and appeared at over 120 Tea Party rallies nationwide. He has stood against the incursions of the Federal Government and has fought for civil rights from Hawaii to Bangor, Maine.
He is the Founder and President of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and is on the Oath Keepers Board of Directors.
Ready to Unload: With Cal & Sanpete
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We are extremely excited to announce that we'll once again be co-hosting a LIVE streaming joint podcast with the guys from TurnOnTheJets.com at Five Mile Stone in NYC and featuring award winning craft beer from Gun Hill Brewing Co.! Thursday, April 30th at 7:00pm. Details to follow...
RTU: #224 - A Few Good Grievances
Main Course: After a week off, there is a ton to get to, including but not limited to: Mets Opening Day Starter, sure you've heard it all, but you haven't. Also, Sandy Alderson continues to be Jokey McJokerson; Baseball is about to start, but we are too damned into hockey and the Islanders. We'll talk about the home stretch for the NHL, some of Coach Ham Capuano's questionable moves, and what we would do about Lundqvist and Talbot; The NCAA Tournament is cooking, and Sanpete has some choice words for a certain CBS Announcer.
This Thursday 26th March at 7 pm CT
I am priviliged to have Eric Jewell as my guest
Eric Jewell was with US Army Intelligence in Central America during the Reagan Administration. After leaving the intelligence gig, and on through to the present day, he has worked toward educating those around him in regards to the blatant attacks upon the American constitution, personal liberty and the Nation's prosperity.
He has been an IT techie, a researcher and a writer. His fields of study include civics, current events, world politics, world history, biblical history as in: the history of the biblical manuscripts, church history, the history of the Jews, and world history going back to the Mesopatamians. He also studies cosmology, string theory, inflationary theory, and paleontology.
He has also taken the fight back to the trolls employed by the NSA and the british intelligence agencies, exposing them openly in front of the audience they are paid to disrupt and run off.
He very recently founded a group known as "The American Constitution Restoration Party". This is a group dedicated to actively WORK to restore the American constitution, by taking ACTION, walking the walk as opposed to simply talking the talk. You can find him now at:
Discussion Board (NEW!): http://acp4usa.freeforums.org/index.php
Important 911 material to destroy debunkers:http://acp4usa.freeforums.org/important-911-information-f13.html
Join us tonight as we welcome CJ Pearson, Kate Beecham, and Felicia Willson!
CJ Pearson is the 12 year old from Georgia making waves with his political activism! He is the founder and executive director of Young Georgians in Government.
Kate Beecham is the Political Research and Director of Communications for Ban Sharia Law and Patriotic Warriors.
Felicia Wilson is a former television writer (The West Wing), turned political/cultural commentator. She is currently working on a documentary, The True Feminist, exposing the myths of feminism.
Join Rodney Lee Conover and Scott Osborn as we take a (sometimes comedic, sometimes serious) look at politics, current events, the state of the Union, and the current climate between establishment politics and the grassroots, and all the issues of the day!
As always, Jennifer Kabbany - editor of The College Fix – who will talk about the absolute crazy stuff college kids are being taught.
And don't miss this weeks discussion with Dr. Mark Braunstien, Family Practice doctor for 24 years.
It's an all new Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.
On tonight's show:
The latest on the budget and legislation working its way through the General Assembly;
The move to ban fracking continues to march on, but why?
There are advocates who wish to make it a requirement to post working hours three weeks in advance;
A new article in Salon bemoans the loss of the old Baltimore, but why do people want to have it both ways?
Ted Cruz is in the Presidential Race; what now?
And the NFL is considering moving the Pro Bowl to Brazil. What does that say about the Pro Bowl?
All that and more is why you can't afford to miss an episode of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.......and don't forget that you can subscribe to all Red Maryland Network programming on iTunes and on Stitcher.